“You don’t have to be a cheerleader. Nothing has to be forced about anything; but just every once in a while to say, “Honey, you’re doing the best you can.” Literally. It’s so simple. So freeing. It’s so empowering when you’re absolutely at the end of your rope and you can feel your whole body is constricted, your chest is caved in, you’re looking at your feet as you walk and you’re trying to figure something out with your mind, and then just to take a second and find your breath and find your spine, and find the light again and say, “Honey, you’re doing the best you can and this will take care of itself.”—Bellamy Young (via laurenpokedoff)
This is a now weekly reminder that actors are not the characters they play. Hating on actors for doing their jobs, and saying what their told to say to promote themselves and their show is not only impolite, but also really makes you look like a massive douche bag.